Commissioned by EFMD and Emerald, this book is an analysis of thirty-nine interviews of key stakeholders in management education. It sets out some of the major issues and talking points, taking the reader through the history of management education to ongoing challenges. Many of these issues are not new, such as the role and value of research, the relevance of teaching done in the classroom, and links to the corporate world. Criticisms of business schools have been ongoing over the past ten years, most notably from within the industry. In 2005, Chris Grey of Warwick Business School argued that they have become just finishing schools for elites to prepare them for well-paid positions in finance and consulting.